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  1. #46
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    My first priority is support. I like to have it fast and helpful, I do not expect them to do anything for me, but general questions occur, so if you have to wait for support for ages or you can not get it live, it is automatically a nono
    And from there it depends what I need, how much storage and the price. Also I try not to go for the biggest companies around, just because they usually lack customer appreciation and do not treat you the best they could.

  2. #47
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    First of all, their support. Next, check if they have a valid address and phone number. Price ofcourse, server features, read their terms, money back guarantee terms.

  3. #48
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    Hi,
    Follow these points..
    Decide how much hand-holding you'll need.
    Estimate the amount of traffic you expect.
    Understand server types.
    Own your domain name.

  4. #49
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    There are specific action steps one has to take before selecting a hosting provider.

    Security: What is the level of security that is provided by the web hosting provider.
    Payment options: The different payment options provided by the hosting provider
    Uptime: What is uptime provided by the hosting provider?
    Scalability: The options available to upgrade the existing plan and the cost of scalability.
    Support: is it an exuberant support and is it available 24x7.
    Policies: are there any hidden terms and conditions of the hosting policies.

  5. #50
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    How to choose a web hosting provider

    1. Decide how much hand-holding you'll need. Basic customer service provides access to email, ticket and phone support.

    2. Estimate the amount of traffic you expect (and be honest with yourself).

    3. Understand server types.

    4. Choose a portable content management system to avoid lock-in.

    5. Own your domain name.

  6. #51
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    Decide how much hand-holding you'll need. Basic customer service provides access to email, ticket and phone support. ...
    Estimate the amount of traffic you expect (and be honest with yourself). ...
    Understand server types. ...
    Choose a portable content management system to avoid lock-in. ...
    Own your domain name.

  7. #52
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    How to choose a web hosting provider

    1. Decide how much hand-holding you'll need. Basic customer service provides access to email, ticket and phone support.

    2. Estimate the amount of traffic you expect (and be honest with yourself).

    3. Understand server types.

    4. Choose a portable content management system to avoid lock-in.

    5. Own your domain name.

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  8. #53
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    Decide how much hand-holding you'll need. Basic customer service provides access to email, ticket and phone support. ...
    Estimate the amount of traffic you expect (and be honest with yourself). ...
    Understand server types. ...
    Choose a portable content management system to avoid lock-in. ...
    Own your domain name.

  9. #54
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    First of all, it depends on your needs.

    If they’ve got the specs that you need, and the price is right, then you should probably tell them before buying what you need their services for and see what they suggest.

    Also google stuff yourself, obviously, to make sure they don’t try to sell you a higher package ( although reputable providers wouldn’t do that, I think )

    I’d also search for reviews when picking a host. ( Some hosts, such as us - yes we’re hosts lol - don’t have reviews unfortunately, although we offer a damn fine service )

    I’d check that they have representatives on forums, like Web Hosting Talk. That means that they’re involved in the web hosting community and you’ve got a very large userbase keeping said host accountable.

  10. #55
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    Estimate the amount of traffic you expect (and be honest with yourself). ...
    Understand server types. ...
    Choose a portable content management system to avoid lock-in. ...
    Own your domain name.

  11. #56
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    Depends of your hostings needs.Search most cheapest hosting
    If you're just curious about my story, or you just want to grab my résumé, you're in the right spot.

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  14. #59
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    When we are choosing a hosting provider, keep a few things in mind:

    - Find out what your website (or website idea) needs to function.
    - Consider size and potential growth.
    - Learn the difference between different types of web hosting.
    - Find out which tools are providing.
    - Check the amount of storage offered.
    - Compare bandwidth amounts between hosts.
    - Check out the technical support options and the service's up-time claims.
    - Test the speed of other sites hosted by a service.
    - Read reviews of a company's customer service and support team.
    - Make sure you understand the costs.

    You can choose AccuWeb Hosting. It is a top-rated and right hosting provider.
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  15. #60
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    Decide how much hand-holding you'll need. Basic customer service provides access to email, ticket and phone support. ...

    Estimate the amount of traffic you expect (and be honest with yourself). ...

    Understand server types. ...

    Choose a portable content management system to avoid lock-in. ...

    Own your domain name.

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